Stacey, 13, remembers her first date was more awkward than she imagined, but she still had fun.
We talked about things I would usually talk about with friends: the latest gossip at school, grades and siblings. I felt that since he wasn’t talking enough I should talk more, which I did. When I caught him staring at me like I was an idiot, I asked him, “Am I talking too much?” “Yes, but that’s OK,” he said. I had a feeling he was nervous too.
L.A. Youth writers react to the court's decision that allows same-sex couples to get married in California.
It was a dream come true for Jennifer, 17, when she won a contest to go to New York and co-host the Latino version of TRL.
Chelsea, 15, felt bad that she'd stopped paying attention to the Iraq war, but it had become too depressing and hard to relate to.
After his best friend died of a rare form of cancer, Fred, 17, was inspired to fight the disease.